Many dinosaurs are known to have existed in the distant past, but one of the most famous and famous dinosaurs is the Tyrannosaurus Rex. A team of paleontologists led by a Edinburgh researcher recently discovered the first known fossils of tyrannosaur embryos that shed light on the fierce evolution of dinosaurs. Insight into the dinosaur was carried out by examining fossilized remains of a small jawbone and claw discovered in Canada and the United States.
Paleontologists produced 3D scans Of the thin parts of the bone, it reveals that it belongs to a young Tyrannosaurus, a cousin of the T-Rex. Researchers believe that the dinosaurs were about three feet long when they hatched based on the size of the fossils. The results indicate that tyrannosaur eggs, whose remains had not previously been discovered, are about 17 inches long.
This finding could help identify similar eggs in the future, leading to more insight into dinosaur nesting habits. The analysis of the jawbone, which was about three centimeters long, shows distinct features such as a clear chin that indicates the physical features that were present before the hatching.
This discovery is critical because little is known about the initial initial stages of the dinosaur that roamed Earth more than 70 million years ago. Most of the fossils of the creature previously studied were from older animals or adult animals. Although it is one of the most studied families of dinosaurs, little is known about the early years.
Work on these fossils is the first window into the early life of a dinosaur, teaching about the size and appearance of the little dinosaur. Researchers say they now know that Tyrannosaurus would have been the largest hatchlings ever appeared from eggs and would have looked very similar to their parents.